For years, advertising has portrayed women in a “perfect” way—a tiny waist, a large chest, you know the drill—and now, the same type of portrayal is all over social media. It’s easy to look at photos of these perfect women and then feel badly about  your own.

But that stops now. Introducing: the “Normalize Normal Bodies” movement. Created by a women named Mia, the movement helps to show other women what a “normal” body looks like—full of perfect imperfections.

After posting her own initial photo that showed off some belly rolls, the “Normalize Normal Bodies” movement took off. Thousands of women share their completely raw, unedited bodies, and it’s incredibly heartwarming.

Check out some of these women below.

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What do you think of these powerful photos of “normal” bodies? Would you ever share a picture of your “normal” body?